Q: Shasta And Ginger?
Shasta is my dads american eskimo she is a nice dog although with all the abuse she went through before he rescued her she still growls at me sometimes because it was teenagers and young adults that abused her Ginger is my dads parents pomerianian also rescued they are both great dogs but something was a miss the other day Shasta and Ginger love one another and have always been great friends even though there is a big diffrance in age between the two of them and they ended up homeless in diffrent ways but the other day Ginger growled and snapped at Shasta and wanted nothing to do with her this has never happened before and both dogs are in good health Ginger is older than Shasta if this helps and Shasta is bigger than Ginger there is a cat at my dads parents house but she is spayed and has been there just as long as both dogs have does anyone know what is going on?
Nov 24, 2012
Sometimes even the closest doggie families snap at each other. They have bad days lust like we do. People snap at those they love sometimes and so do dogs and cats. Shasta stepped on her foot, she's just having a bad day, she wasn't feeling well that day, she just wanted to be left alone, she's protecting food or a treat, the possibilities are endless. We've all experienced it and it's usually nothing to worry about. If the aggressive behavior continues and escalates, then you need to worry.
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